Finland the most important tool is the "Puukko" or traditional Finnish knife. They are cutting knives are good for desemplear all the functions for which they are required. The handles are usually built in curly birch because of its advantages in wet environments. The Roselli knives have a classic minimalist style. Master Cutler Heimo Roselli refuses to build anything that is not fully functional and dispenses with everything necessary in their knives.
The Roselli knives have some sheets of high quality forged steel, they finished generally unpolished but the latter also has its own beauty. The steel used in tools by Roselli Krupp W75 is steel with a carbon content of 0.7 to 0.8%, and hardened to HRC 59 - 62. Also, the steel used in Roselli UHC (Ultra High Carbon). This is a steel with a carbon content of 1.5 to 2.0%. It is hardened to 64-66 HRC and this makes knives with a very long edge retention in constant use.
The knives are supplied with pods typical and traditional Scandinavian leather area. They take most of the handle, and no snaps or straps to secure them, only their own friction, this makes the knife is immediately available and easily accessible to sheathe again. These pods are coated with plastic to protect the knife, the sheath and the user himself.